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Added by Hazel Owen on December 18, 2015 at 20:00 — No Comments
Success has different interpretations, and not all successful coaching sessions will see progress toward a specific goal (A to B) or having developed a strategy or solution (Allen, 2013). Sometimes it can be a sense of the coach and coachee working together to uncover a…
Added by Hazel Owen on December 18, 2015 at 0:30 — No Comments
When we learn something, we change. However, it may take several steps during a coaching session to help a coachee become aware that they have learned, and recognise the relevance and application of their learning, which in turn, can help them realise the power of a coaching session. While each coaching session will be different…Continue
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Added by Hazel Owen on December 12, 2015 at 23:30 — No Comments
It's an oldie by goodie - so here's the flipped classroom discussion revisited.
You may be already using a flipped approach with your learners; you may just be interested in finding out more; or you may be fed up with hearing about what appears to be an overhyped use of videos that reinforce a traditional paradigm of education. All of these points of view are reflected in…Continue
Dr Jan Herrington was a key note at ULearn and started with a good humoured reference to the Australian loss in the Rugby World Cup :-) She then moved on to showing a photograph of her father's classroom and what can be deduced from the picture. You could see the teacher standing at the back and all the students were sitting at the desks looking forward.
The technology included a newspaper, an inkwell, and a big…Continue
Having identified some of the features and benefits of coaching culture, one of the next considerations is designing a coaching programme. Initial discussions and decisions should involve as many stakeholders as is feasible, and will need to focus on how the design aligns with the values and requirements of the organisation.
Ideally, the factors…Continue
Added by Hazel Owen on December 7, 2015 at 21:17 — No Comments